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Margate.

Margate.

Some capital sport has already been afforded with the Brookscnd harriers, with which the season was commenced a few days ago. Landing Place. —Since the works of the new highwater landing place have come into the hands the Pier Directors, they have been prosecuted with energy, an
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Milton.

Milton.

Chick KTER.—'»ur otatuary tow week records the death at the advanced age of ,J, tlm Milton Union House, of William Crump, once well known in the cricketing world, but more particular!) ini the neighbourhood Leeds and HoU.n-bourue near Maidstone, where had many friends lie former
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Sittingbourne.

Sittingbourne.

Stkai.inu Corn. —At the magisterial sitting on Monday Thomas Hutson and l'homas Butler, labourers, were charged with breaking the barn of Mr fhomas Itenstead, at Toiiw, and stealing therefrom five bushels wheat. -Ir. having received intimation that the robbery was about to take
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Rochester.

Rochester.

New Mayor.—G. Essell, Esq., has ken spoken of as being likely to appointed to the office chief magistrate for the ensuing year. Fike Star-hill. —Early 011 th< morning of the 21 st instant, lire broke out at a house on Star-hill, occupied a Mrs. Everest, anil before the llames co
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Strood.

Strood.

Fihe at —Between six and seven o'clock Friday se'nnight, a fire broke out in the upper portion of house in Cage-lane, Strood, occupied the owner, Mr. Lines. The flames were first perceived burning in bedroom over room inhabited widow woman named Lovegrovc. In it were two beds a
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Mailing.

Mailing.

In kk and Norton.—These bankrupts, Tin-. Selby and Silas Norton, described as of Mil., scriveners, and were well known as solicitors thr«i:j: the county Kent, appeared in the Bankruptcy Court Friday. The balance-sheet extends froru March, lstl. ■ November, 1851, showing Creditor
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROPOSED SUBMARINE TUNNEL BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

PROPOSED SUBMARINE TUNNEL BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND.

1 <m se\cial weeks past some able hydrographcrs and engineer:-, have been employed in surveying the coasts in the neighbourhood of Boulogne and Calais on the French side ami of Dover and the South Foreland the English side the iiuuncl, in taking soundings, with view reporting* a
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

The King of Sardinia expected to start upon his journey Paris ami London Nov. 20th. The Di ke of Camisridoe. —His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge formally signified to the Coniiiiander-in-Chief bis desire to again employed upon active service. The offer was made subject to
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
RELIGIOUS REFLECTIONS.

RELIGIOUS REFLECTIONS.

[for THE KENTISH GAZETTE.] " ' God is love!' The book of nature, and the book of revelation teach us this truth, lie comprises in Himself whatever is beautiful, good, and perfect; ami the origin and source of all the variety of beauties and perfections that are dispersed through
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LAW AND POLICE.

LAW AND POLICE.

lit' LAKY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD Biumingham.—A few nights ago, the house Mrs. Elizabeth Mullett, the (icorge Inn, Worley Wigorn, was broken into four burglars, who succeeded in carrying away £I<> in cash ami a silver watch belonging to the landlady, and in cash belonging to one he
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England